Canare to Showcase 12G and Hybrid Fiber at 2017 NAB Show

Canare will highlight its latest line of fiber and 12G solutions at the 2017 NAB Show.

Canare is showing fiber and triaxial cable, along with its line of patchbays and HFO connector panels at the show. The company’s range of customizable HFO panels can be created to exact customer specifications for the number and types of inputs and outputs as well as indoor and outdoor use, catering to both in-studio and mobile applications.

The pre-terminated HFO camera connector panel with built-in splice enclosure box provides quick installation between HD camera systems and a terminal panel or rack. By combining the unit and frame, the HFO camera connector panel enables a variety of layouts depending on the system design.

The company’s SMPTE cables address the need to carry HD signals from today’s uncompressed high-definition cameras. Fiber optic cable-based distribution has many advantages, such as long distance transmission, low latency and noise free, transmission.

Canare offers a range of triaxial cables and camera/panel connectors designed to connect a camera and a camera control unit. Various venues, including many sports facilities, rely heavily on triax cable for visiting broadcasters to connect into the house system.

At the heart of the video jack on the Canare patchbay is a rotary switch that was designed for use with high frequency signals. It features dual-contact construction for improved contact stability.

“As a trusted supplier of complete solutions for the television broadcast industry and the professional A/V market, Canare is committed to the broadcasting community of professionals,” said Shadath Shahid, engineering manager at Canare.

Canare’s line includes audio, video, data and customized panel products that are available individually or as part of larger cabling assemblies, providing a cabling or connector solution for nearly every need.

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